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Join us for the Art of Facilitation, open to individuals and schools moving through the online series.  The Art of Facilitation supports the implementation of school-wide practices, systems, and supports for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning Through the Arts.  Price is for TWO school leaders to attend. 

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Whole School Professional Development

We acknowledge your ongoing commitment to culturally responsive teaching and learning through the arts and welcome you to the Studio Pathways community of practitioners! 

Whole School Price is $5,000,  up to 30 teachers can access.  

What you'll get:

  • Introductions to core concepts in Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning through the Arts: Power Analysis, Narrative Study, Lineage Discourse, and Embodied Practices
  • Introduction to core elements of the SPIRAL Frameworks, Creative Inquiries, Throughlines, Artistic Research, Reflective Practices, and the Visual and Performing Arts
  • How to integrate and develop core learning goals through the arts. 

This course is the beginning arc of learning to start the on the pathway of liberatory education.  This course is designed and facilitated by award winning education leaders: Mariah Rankine-Landers and Jessa Brie Moreno.  To contact them directly email [email protected] 

We welcome you! 

What People Are Saying:

“I can't get enough of this type of professional development. It is nourishing to me personally and professionally. ”

Tara Miller, HS Teacher

“I recognize that identifying and addressing the implicit biases that interfere with my ability to deliver truly meaningful instruction for my BIPOC students is a lifelong endeavor, so this ongoing work will allow me to grow and learn through unpacking my biases, identifying toxic patterns, and developing critical cultural sensibilities beyond my own home culture. ”

Michael Paolucci, Coordinator

“I am intrigued, as well as impressed, with how art as a medium can be used to tackle difficult issues and, at the same time, create a level playing field where everyone is in the position (not entirely sure, off balance a bit but willing to explore new ideas)! I was particularly impressed with how the training "flowed"; the pacing, transition and clearly defined outcomes "made" the training very worthwhile. ”

Todd Whitmire, Principal

“It allows us to celebrate the beauty of our cultures, and share our experiences. It allows us to share what we value and are most proud of (or not). It allows us to dive deeper into who we are, and why? ”

Angelina Arias, Counselor

“Wow. So much here. This is something I've "felt" for a long time, but couldn't really put words to. I feel like this is a critical step for me in my efforts to be a more effective equity leader. I think the iterative nature of these lessons are critical if we're really going to achieve the level of learning and systems change needed to really impact outcomes. ”

Nick Girimonte, Assistent Superintendent of Ed, Dixon

“Mariah and Jessa are the most inspiring leaders in the field!”

Joaquin Newman, Artist and Teacher